22
Oct

How to Debug Node.js Code


Can you tell me how to debug Node.js code? Install the node package modules or NPM off
legitimate websites instead of someone’s computer science graduate project. I got the one off GitHub. Use good API libraries to install the cloud
server nodes. And make sure you install all the files you need. That’s all good for installation, but I
have a good installation. I need to know how to debug the code I’m creating for Node.js. You could use a tool like Node Inspector.
That’s designed to be a debugger interface for Node.js applications. I’ve never heard of it. I can understand why, since it hasn’t been
kept up to work with the latest versions of Node.js. Well, they come up with new versions
but Strong Loop doesn’t always keep up with the latest Node.js version. So what options do I have? So run the Node.js applications through WebStorm,
which is supported by the Node.js plugin. Though it won’t work if you don’t enable
the plugin. Or, like a lot of things, if you don’t put
it in the debug configuration. A starting place might be alert debugging
via print statements. That requires putting it in the code I’m
writing. It is like putting pause statements in code
to help you identify which sections contain errors. Then again, you could use Locus to
troubleshoot via command line injection. I’m not that good at command line stuff;
if I was, I’d be in PHP. So use node monkey. I’m not a code monkey. I’m a developer. Node Monkey is a debugger for Node.js. Any other ideas? Joyent has its own debugging guide for Node.js,
though I’m not really familiar with it. Or use the Node Webkit Agent. I like having options, so I can find something
that works. Then, hopefully, so will your code.

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